Dr Raahib Dudhia – Dental anomalies and pathology in the orthodontic and dental patient

This is the final presentation in our series on Imaging for Orthodontics so that you can get the most from your diagnostic imaging and be sure your diagnosis is accurate.

During the course of treatment patients may present with a wide range of anomalies and pathology in the orofacial region, some known, some unknown.

In this session, we will review the range of dental and non-dental pathology that may be encountered during treatment exploring the radiographic presentations on conventional imaging (OPG) and advanced imaging (CBCT, CT, and MRI).
Only the most interesting and intriguing cases make it into this presentation so it's not to be missed!

The discussion will include tips on how to identify features that might suggest more significant or sinister pathology so that an appropriate referral can be made for definitive evaluation.


About Raahib Dudhia

Dr Raahib Dudhia completed his training in Dento-maxillofacial Radiology at The University of Queensland in 2008 and has extensive experience in private radiology practices in Queensland and NSW, reporting conventional dental radiographs as well as CBCT, CT and MRI scans. A regular on the lecture circuit, Raahib presents throughout Australia, NZ and SE Asia. He is currently the President of the AADMFR and is the new discipline lead for the DMFR training program at UQ.

Raahib operates a specialised dental imaging practice in Brisbane called Dental Diagnostics and also maintains working partnerships with a number of radiology practices in Brisbane. His services include an online Dental Radiology Consultancy, providing practitioners with imaging reports and protocol advice, as well as providing a second opinion on scans taken in medical imaging practices.

Raahib has had access to CBCT since 2006, and has seen the maturation of CBCT technology into a highly valuable diagnostic tool in dentistry and medicine. His practice has a special focus on low-dose imaging and imaging for endodontics and trauma. A bit of a tech lover, he likes to keep up to date with new machines and CBCT viewers as they become available.

Anyone who sees any patient who requires dental radiographs –needs to watch this webinar – and understand the different radiographic options for different patients and their different problems .

This webinar is one not to be missed – More information than you could ever wish for

Regards, Geoff

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